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Arco di Augusto

It is the oldest Roman arch in Italy.

The style it is simple and solemn at the same time.

Its main function was to support the great bronze statue of Emperor Augustus, portrait in the act of leading a chariot.

Along with Tiberius Bridge, it is today one of the symbols of Rimini, as to appear in the emblem of the city.

Ponte di Tiberio

It is a monument of ancient Rome.

Built in Istrian stone as the Arch, it also reflects the elegant and harmonious styile at the same time.

From the bridge passed two consular roads, the Via Emilia that reached Piacenza and Via Popilia-Annia that reached Aquileia.

Still the Tiberius Bridge is part of the city road and is open to normal traffic, excluding heavy vehicles.

Tempio Malatestiano

It is the largest church in Rimini.

The great work of the Rimini Renaissance and one of the most significant architecture of the fourteenth century.

The interior, during the Renaissance works, was kept a single hall by adding a few deep side chapels.

The building’s exterior was designed by Leon Battista Alberti, few years later the start of work inside the Cathedral.